Prodromal dreams - how your unconcious intelligence knows the TRUE CONDITION of your body and mind

Your unconscious intelligence (your nightly dreams) can tell you very precisely how you’re (really) doing. Both in terms of your physical - and mental condition. Your dreams can very clearly tell you when you’re about to suffer a breakdown due to stress, for example. Or if you’re suffering from a physical illness in its very early stage. Everything is revealed to you, if you have made listening to your unconcious intelligence (your dreams) a habit.

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Unconscious knowledge of your bodily condition – prodromal/pathognomic dreams

If you have been skeptical about dreams up until now, this research-based talk will make you think differently. 

Your dreams tell you what your body and psyche’s true condition is every single night. Prodromal (or pathognomonic) dreams is the technical term for nightly dreams that tell you about your bodily condition and, as such, about physical (and mental) illness.

That’s why your nightly dreams typically will be the first to tell you about a physical illness in its very early stages, often long time before the physical symptoms of the illness manifest.

You’ll be able to see if, for example, you’re close to experiencing a breakdown due to stress, or if a depression is about to rear its ugly head and handicap your life. Even long time before you yourself feel or notice any symptoms in your waking life.

This is something research has discovered.*

Accessing your unconcious intelligence – and your prodromal dreams – is possible only if you’re able to recall and understand your dreams. Both elements that are covered in this talk.

What you, as a person educated in healthcare, will receive from this lecture: 

  • An understanding of how prodromal(/pathognomonic) dreams must be taken seriously.
  • What physical- and mental illness look like in dreams; which dreams are important to pay attention to – which are not? And how should I as a professional relate to the dreams?
  • How you – very simply – can become better at recalling your dreams.
  • Other benefits that come with applying your unconscious intelligence.

The lecture can be held in Danish and English and can always be adjusted to the situation.


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  • Smith, Robert C. (1990), Traumatic dreams as an early warning of health problems, Dreamtime and Dreamwork: Decoding the language of the night, 224-232
  • Donnelly, Gloria F & McPeak, Concetta de Luca, Dreams: Their function in health and illness, Holistic Nurs Prac, 1996, 10(4): 61-68
  • Sabini, Meredith (1981), Imagery in dreams of illness. Quadrant, 14(2):85-104
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  • Van de Castle, R. (1994). Our Dreaming Mind. Chapter 13: Somatic Contributions to Dreams. Ballantine Books. New York.
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About Michael R Olsen

Michael Rohde is a lecturer, author and researcher in unconscious intelligence and nightly dreams. He published the book “How to understand your dreams” with Dansk Psykologisk Forlag in 2015.

Michael holds a bachelor in psychology (Lund University), an MBA (Copenhagen Business School), and is currently researching dreams and unconscious intelligence in collaboration with Lunds University. He was granted Berlingske Nyhedsmagasin’s (Danish business magazine) talent prize in 2011 for his abilities as speaker and trainer. He has been featured in many TV- and radio shows as well as publications on unconscious intelligence. He is an extremely competent speaker and his energy, seriousness and wit, motivate many to use their unconscious intelligence to a much higher degree.